This is a play on the quote by William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
What’s in a name? that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet;
I think too many people are more concerned with the title of Jedi than by actually being a Jedi. They seem to be more concerned with what the martial arts training and the lightsaber than the self-reflective and compassionate diplomat that are the hallmark of a true Jedi.
Instead of the Jedi we could be training as the medieval knight, the samurai, the ninja, or the Shaolin monk. No matter what path you choose, however, you still end up at the same destination. All paths up the mountain end at the summit.
Don’t get too wrapped up in calling yourself a Jedi. That is an ironic statement to come from a website aiming to train you as a Modern Jedi Knight. But the true paradox is that as you advance in your training as a Jedi you will associate it as “Jedi Training” less and less. It really is training in being a good human and humanitarian.